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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1810, Dublin, Dublin IT u u top From SAturday Seftemberitrihj to September 1716 tft H E Veft Marfhal Count detachd the izthr of this inftant 10 Battalion from his under the Command of the Marquis to reinforce General m the Vaileyof which ma rchd Moun notwithftanding the difficulty of the and having caufed the Redoubts of Jrcks and Ciftelrt to be blown up j the Army decamp d from and the i6th arrived at where the which were very much were orderd to reft the The General left fonie Troops inthat Place for covering the Country 6n that and the 18th ma rchd to theioch to and the 20th toCarde on they retted the 21 Yefferday they continued their march to Bariajco near and this Day are to encamp at Pihtche in the Valley of Pyroufa The Count deTaun quitted the Army the ha ving reviewed the Imperial Cavalry at went the fame day to Antobif in the Valley of from whence he proceeded the 21 ft to fer with General tyebinder about the further Ope rations ot wherein tis thereis forne feeing LieutenaneGeneral who attended the VeltMarfbal to this day from thence in his way to to fay before the Puke oiSwoy the Refdutiomtaken by the Generals Upcn this of the the Duke of StwickUs marchU without any lofs of time from wjiere ie is affembling all his Forces to oppofe the pefigns of our Generals and as the Weather cold in the and that the fall fome People begin to the Campaign will conclude in thefe any other Advantage to the Common the having given fuch a Diverfion that they have been obliged to bsiides a good for the defence of the the other NecefTades to enable them to promife oar felves fbme Vulxy the the Prince Ship of fmall faved her felf in the The after the but would not ven ture a upon the who having been yery much difabled in the Engagement is nowr refitting in the laft the or came with a great Retinue to LangevQ wiChin half orthis where tis laid is continue for fome jiavingbeen aoVifed remove from that Place be gins to be very We hear his Majefty deligns in a few Weeks to fet out for Saxony but the time of his Departure is ftill The Differen ces between that Prince and this are not yet quite but on thV 3 Orders of the Inhabitants are to approve the Agree ment concerted between Count Miniftex of the King of The Troops itt Ejbing have demanded from inhabitants Scoop pretending that that Surri was promifed the taking of the their tioujTes from being derdj the InhaDitanis are not in a to pay fo great a Jjhcrcfqre refolved to apply themfelves to the KLings ofPoland zndPruffia9 to obtain an The Plague continues co vail numbers of ia Courlaijidi and we are by that the Mifery Qjuntejes is sn is ftill on the Coaft ofthfe Mand frcfli that the Swediflj rect at but the from no memi3n Qf Acini having tefc thereit iq fail join Ad unral thei ft yi the E a unieafonableAefs of during thereftqf Advices from Jfcffa tejl us thatche Convoy for t witl about 29 St aE Co take of his and othej iri had pn 400 i5c KingCbarlest and ieveral other Perfons of took the oiv the faid CpwQfc and goae to wait oif his Catholick We War had and carried iffro Gibraltar a IFrendrPfivateef SHed the Wife a ri d thait t Prince atid ye rof eal of fjp to tfee Duke ot being Indif hear k a rund i ofi which was fb her imaH tiiat he was piy ofg Mvft 2b Men killed or wpurjded in the Defeat of cu of tfee and total Force vh ;